Raul Jimenez: Wolves can finish in the top four when Premier League restarts

Raul Jimenez's composed finish gave Wolves the lead 1:08
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez had scored 22 goals for the club this season before the coronavirus suspension

Raul Jimenez is confident Wolves can mount a top-four challenge when the Premier League season resumes.

Wolves are in sixth place in the standings for the division, in which no games have been played since March 9 following the suspension due to the coronavirus crisis.

There is a five-point gap between Jimenez's side and Chelsea in fourth place but the striker is confident he and his team-mates can bridge that gap when play resumes.

"It's big for a team that was promoted [two years ago] and this is only our second season in the Premier League," he said. "We know that we can do it.

"We can fight for it and I don't think we're going to be disappointed if we don't do it but now that we see that we can do it.

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"It's incredible to be part of this team, part of this family, we are all working hard to achieve our goal and I'm really enjoying playing with my team-mates.

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"Every one of us adds his little piece to what we are doing. I was really enjoying the season, I know it's not finished yet and we know that we have to keep fighting for the places that we want."

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